glitter stamped fruit

Baking glitter and a new set of stamps is all you need to produce a party look that will brighten up the winter. Stamp pears, apples and other fleshy fruit with glitter for an instant glam up. Place the fruit in a group to create a centerpiece or on individual plates for a dinner party setting.

Stamped with love they are perfect for Valentines Day. Stamp with the words party, joy, or happy for a birthday. Stamp with the word eat for a whimsical dinner party appetizer addition. The fruits are not only pretty but also edible! See the complete tutorial at Project Wedding.


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Posted January 17, 2012
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16 Responses to “glitter stamped fruit”

  1. Supal says:

    aww, this is so cute!!

  2. Ihilani says:

    What a great idea! Love this :)

  3. Ihilani says:

    Fantastic! I didn’t even know baking glitter existed. But I’m not suprised.

  4. Rach says:

    Aww how sweet. And I love that the glitter is edible!

  5. Lena says:

    Absolutely fantastic!

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  7. Elisa says:

    I love this idea! Such a lovely way to add a special touch to a simple fruit centerpiece.

  8. LOVE these! Such a pretty idea!

  9. LisaDay says:

    Love it. I have the stamps but no ink pad so this is great.


  10. Everything’s better with stamps! Even pears!

  11. I bought an alphabet stamp set in Tokyo last year. I’m going to give this a go for valentine’s day. I think you could also stamp an apple for the kids to give to the teacher – saying thank you (pity my girls have now finished school). You continue to deliver lots of inspiration…thanks.

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